Charter Standard Kit Scheme

The McDonald’s FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme was established at the start of the 2014-15 season and provides thousands of free football kits each…

Shropshire FA Chairman Dave Ralphs (pictured above) was on hand to present Wem Town U13’s with their new Charter Standard Football Kit.

The scheme will run for four seasons, demonstrating McDonald’s commitment to supporting community football. It also provides recognition to those clubs with youth teams that have worked hard to attain and maintain their FA Charter Standard status.

In its second year (2015/16) the kit scheme provided 4,700 free kits to FA Charter Standard clubs, with under-7 – under-18 teams, made by Nike, The FA’s Official Kit Supplier. That’s over 100,000 new kits over two years!

Which FA Charter Standard clubs are eligible for the scheme?

FA Charter Standard Clubs with a minimum of one youth team at under-18 and below are eligible for the kit scheme once they have completed their 2015/16 annual health check. FA Charter Standard Community clubs will once again receive free kits for two teams.

If you would like to become an FA Charter Standard club or find out more about the programme, please click here. Alternately you can contact or 01743 362769.

I'm sure you'll agree this is a fantastic benefit for FA Charter Standard clubs provided through The FA and McDonald's. Further details about The McDonald's FA Charter Standard Kit Scheme can be found via the FAQs click here.

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